Democratic Football Lads Alliance... EDL in footie tops?

#1
While there seems (to me) to be little doubt the original Football Lads Alliance was set up to protest / counter Islamist extremism, it seems to me to be taking an increasingly Islamophobic stance. Their FB page shows a badge saying they're against all extremism, but from what I can tell, its only Islam that gets them cross.

A mate of mine was on the march saturday and says they where kettled and provoked by the OB, but threatening to kill a Cop plus flicking a Nazi salute really does smack of the EDL but in a slightly different guise, and really, really does them no favours.

Thoughts?

https://www.facebook.com/The-True-F...FelSkn65TY1NhcaAuBtKKp2yTRQHbsraW2zK8TnCwKVEA

March by 'Democratic Football Lads' Alliance' turns violent | Daily Mail Online
 
#2
Judging by The Mail phots, it’s quite clearly a congregation of the Adidas Sambas appreciation society.
 
#3
I had a mate on the march too. It's fair to say most middle aged hard core football fans do not take The Gaurdian.
 
#4
We just need a colloseum. Release both lots of mongs and charge a tenner a head to watch them tear each other to bits.
 
#6
The Labour Party say they're against all extremism, but from what I can tell, its only Jews that gets them cross whilst they support every terrorist organisation that stands against our values, with a Leader that was supposed to a spy for a foreign government

Yet still they are the official opposition, a bit more to worry about than a few football hooligans surely
 
#7
While there seems (to me) to be little doubt the original Football Lads Alliance was set up to protest / counter Islamist extremism, it seems to me to be taking an increasingly Islamophobic stance. Their FB page shows a badge saying they're against all extremism, but from what I can tell, its only Islam that gets them cross.

A mate of mine was on the march saturday and says they where kettled and provoked by the OB, but threatening to kill a Cop plus flicking a Nazi salute really does smack of the EDL but in a slightly different guise, and really, really does them no favours.

Thoughts?

https://www.facebook.com/The-True-F...FelSkn65TY1NhcaAuBtKKp2yTRQHbsraW2zK8TnCwKVEA

March by 'Democratic Football Lads' Alliance' turns violent | Daily Mail Online
#Triggered

What is it with you people in green coats and the "M" word?
 
#13
While there seems (to me) to be little doubt the original Football Lads Alliance was set up to protest / counter Islamist extremism, it seems to me to be taking an increasingly Islamophobic stance. Their FB page shows a badge saying they're against all extremism, but from what I can tell, its only Islam that gets them cross.

A mate of mine was on the march saturday and says they where kettled and provoked by the OB, but threatening to kill a Cop plus flicking a Nazi salute really does smack of the EDL but in a slightly different guise, and really, really does them no favours.

Thoughts?

https://www.facebook.com/The-True-F...FelSkn65TY1NhcaAuBtKKp2yTRQHbsraW2zK8TnCwKVEA

March by 'Democratic Football Lads' Alliance' turns violent | Daily Mail Online
Its inevitable

An anti Islamic group / alt right or even a moderate** anti immigration group is going to attract the sort of Far right retards that latched onto the EDL after finding the BNP to intellectually challenging. After which of course they become just another far right bunch of thugs regardless of the nobility of the original intent

Like wise any Pro immigration / anti fascist / anti capitalist group is going to attract the type of far left retards that scream police state whilst demanding the police arrest anyone with an opinion they dont like

** People opposed to immigration (or indeed population growth) as a general overcrowding / sustainability argument rather than immigrants per se


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Of course it would be interesting to know if the violence was started by the far right thugs rather than the far left thugs

As was demonstrated in Bristol when several hundred Unite against facism mongs caused trouble but the blame was laid at the feet of the 20 EDL mongs - and the UAF were caught up in the violence as the counter protest turned ugly -
 
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#15
If they had learned how to play Rugby instead, none of this unpleasantness would have happened in the first place.
And another thing. I now live in London and the weather In Saturday was unseasonably warm. So why did so many of those protesting feel the need for balaclavas? Presumably their mums were worried they’d catch something like the Islam or summit.

Perhaps they also missed the unintentional irony of declaring streets like Park Lane as ‘our streets’ when they’re largely owned with Arabic or (dodgy) Russian money.
 
#16
While there seems (to me) to be little doubt the original Football Lads Alliance was set up to protest / counter Islamist extremism, it seems to me to be taking an increasingly Islamophobic stance. Their FB page shows a badge saying they're against all extremism, but from what I can tell, its only Islam that gets them cross.

A mate of mine was on the march saturday and says they where kettled and provoked by the OB, but threatening to kill a Cop plus flicking a Nazi salute really does smack of the EDL but in a slightly different guise, and really, really does them no favours.

Thoughts?

https://www.facebook.com/The-True-F...FelSkn65TY1NhcaAuBtKKp2yTRQHbsraW2zK8TnCwKVEA

March by 'Democratic Football Lads' Alliance' turns violent | Daily Mail Online
God! What an ugly looking lot of semi-literate mongs. And I think this is one of the problems of RW groups. They do not have a cogent narrative and their members look like the results from cousins mating.
 
#17
Looking at the Mail article, it appears there are very few football shirts on display.
(except the lad in the blue Chesterfield jersey in the opposition camp)

Could this be because various football clubs are sick to death of these mongs, and would have a pretty good idea of who their local 'villains' are, and would subsequently send them a letter saying their presence is no longer welcome at the stadium?
As an aside, 'casual' clothing made you look like a right cnut when you were 20.
When you are 50+ , and still wearing it, you look like an even bigger cnut.
 
#18
And another thing. I now live in London and the weather In Saturday was unseasonably warm. So why did so many of those protesting feel the need for balaclavas? Presumably their mums were worried they’d catch something like the Islam or summit.

Perhaps they also missed the unintentional irony of declaring streets like Park Lane as ‘our streets’ when they’re largely owned with Arabic or (dodgy) Russian money.
Indeed, I despise the mongs. Got a feeling that I despise Russell Brand a bit more though.
 
#19
If they had learned how to play Rugby instead, none of this unpleasantness would have happened in the first place.

I thought that Rugby was just invented for mongs who couldn't kick a football in the direction they wanted it to go......so had to do what very young children or girls do?.....yep, pick it up and run with it.

The big girls! ;-)


Back on thread: Antifa or anti Trump or any other anti 'You don't like our version of an event/events' mobs aren't shy of violence or smashing things.......hence me mentioning on another thread about having official protest venues up and down the country , say the size of 5 footabll/rugby pitches, where anything goes.......and then ban protests anywhere else...when i say 'Ban' , i mean reform the SPG and steam into 'em and go fecking berserk with batons and CS - then taze the feck out of anyone left laying on the floor.


Peaceful protest?...Democratic right?....... 'ave this you causing trouble that impacts on the rest of society prick! Doof!!
 
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#20
Looking at the Mail article, it appears there are very few football shirts on display.
(except the lad in the blue Chesterfield jersey in the opposition camp)

Could this be because various football clubs are sick to death of these mongs, and would have a pretty good idea of who their local 'villains' are, and would subsequently send them a letter saying their presence is no longer welcome at the stadium?
As an aside, 'casual' clothing made you look like a right cnut when you were 20.
When you are 50+ , and still wearing it, you look like an even bigger cnut.

It's the only clothing that fits us now ;-)
 

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